In September, we noted that four groups – Public Citizen, Commercial Alert, the Campaign for a Commercial Free Childhood, and the Center for Digital Democracy – had sent a joint letter to FTC encouraging the agency to investigate and bring enforcement actions related to the use of influencers on Instagram.
Digital Single Market Update: Council Confirms Approach to EU Geoblocking Ban Will Not Apply to Sports Broadcasts
On Monday (28 November), the European Council announced that it has agreed a general approach to a draft regulation to prohibit “unjustified geoblocking” between member states, including confirmation that the regulation should not apply to sports broadcasts.
There was a saying during the election that Donald Trump’s supporters were taking him seriously and not literally, while his detractors took him literally and not seriously. As the president-elect, many are starting to worry that neither camp got it right.
We’re in that time of year when at least some of the licensed cannabis producers in Washington tend struggle.
In the days leading up to the June 23, 2016 Brexit referendum, we discussed Brexit’s potential impact on the M&A market: Britain without the EU: how will Brexit affect dealmaking?
Well, by now everyone is aware of the injunction on the December 1, 2016 FLSA overtime Final Rule.
During the recent presidential campaign, President-Elect Donald Trump said “we can’t continue to allow China to rape our country” and vowed to aggressively fight back against China’s unfair trade practices.
The development of Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies raises the issue on whether they should also act ethically.
As the calendar year comes to a close, there is a lot to do at most law firms.
A new U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) report for a handful of congressional leaders takes up less than five pages, but appear to include a smoking gun for produce regulations that have become too burdensome.